AUDYSSEY: Aiko #0
Living on the streets, four young musicians navigate the dangerous alleys and sketchy clubs of Japan. Determined to make something of themselves without anyone's help, with the police hot on...
AUDYSSEY: Nocturne #0
Barely functioning, highly skilled detective Charles Hall finds himself following a trail of bodies. The stakes are high and his credibility low. How do you hunt what even monsters are...
AUDYSSEY: Holy Hobo #1
Trouble is brewing in the city of bridges. A sinister organization is on the rise and an unlikely hero comes to the city's defense. Do the people deserve help from...
Like an unstoppable force, Jeremy rolls onto the comic book scene with a deep passion for creativity and success. The AUDYSSEY has been a long time dream for this hard-drinking tell-it-how-it-is writer. Jeremy's creative aspirations lie in the underdog's success, the hustle and struggles of everyday life. With experience in writing screenplays, prose and poetry, he's dedicated his full attention to see his vision come to fruition. His inspirations include Nipsey Hussle, Harriet Tubman, Ru Paul and John Henry.
Armando Clemente II
Writing may have started as a hobby for this well-read business major, but sharing his stories has become this writer's central focus. Since graduating he has reconnected with his deep love of comics and creative story-telling. Mando is an expert in zombies, monsters, and historical fiction. His creativity derives from the development and appreciation of deep lore.
Elizabeth is heavily inspired by human connectedness and network theory, which she researched while getting her math and computer science undergrad. After dabbling in both the tech and education industries, she has brought her wealth of knowledge and creativity to the comic book industry. Her interests lie in working with artists and small businesses to help them create their brand and succeed in whatever creative ventures they aspire to. She specializes in lettering and web development.
When he's not writing, Franky is pondering over his own existence in this mysterious world. Consistently pushing the boundaries of storytelling, his works focus on character development and genuine human connections, whether that be through comics, short films, prose, poetry, or charcoal drawings. Franky draws inspiration from creators such as Warren Ellis, Ed Brubaker, Quentin Tarantino, and Charles Bukowski.